What To Do When Pregnant With No Strength To Bear.

Damilola Fasoranti
Posted June 25, 2015 from Nigeria

I love babies, they are usually cute and innocent.

I like pregnant women, so different from all of us.

The protruding stomach is a gentle call on the future. Promising!

I like pregnant men too, only if it converts to huge future investment.

There is something that we are all pregnant about.

It's called decision! - in form of idea, intentions, thoughts and dreams.

It wakes us in the middle of the dusk, it slaps us to life at dawn, it beckons in broad day light, it drains our energy, it disturbs our focus, it pushes us yet hold on to ropes around our waist. It presses out smiles on our wrinkles, it spreads colorful aroma into our conversation.

As a fan in an automobile, the 'babe' turns within us, it sometimes jump from the stomach to our fingers, our fingers desire to give birth, but the 'babe' leapt further into the brain. The leaps and bounds get us confused. The ideas and dreams is hung to the ceilings of our mind but also dances to the pendulum of checks and wind of change.

When we reach this pregnant crossroads, with no strength to bear, please BREATHE!

BREATH - Buy Rest | Eat Air | Take Holiday

Comeback refired, with the new, ravishing and wholesome 'babe'.

Good day, You Are Limitless.

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Adanna
Jun 26, 2015
Jun 26, 2015

BREATH.....I like that!

Damilola Fasoranti
Jun 27, 2015
Jun 27, 2015

Thanks for reading and commenting Adanna.

Regards,

Fasoranti.

JANEKALU
Jun 26, 2015
Jun 26, 2015

That was a good one.Kudos

Damilola Fasoranti
Jun 29, 2015
Jun 29, 2015

Thank you for reading Jane.

Do have a great week ahead. Cheers.

Alyssa Rust
Jun 26, 2015
Jun 26, 2015

I found your post extremely rejuvenating and powerful. Thank you for sharing this the great analogy you made about decisions. Thanks for sharing.

Sincerely, Alyssa Rust 

Damilola Fasoranti
Jun 29, 2015
Jun 29, 2015

Thank you Alyssa,

I am glad that this little piece got you inspired.

Cheers,

Fasoranti.

Lisa Anderson
Jul 01, 2015
Jul 01, 2015

Dear Fasoranti,

I see such strong and vivid images through your writing - well done!

I especially love this line: "The ideas and dreams is hung to the ceilings of our mind but also dances to the pendulum of checks and wind of change."

Thank you for sharing!

Warm regards,

Lisa

Damilola Fasoranti
Jul 01, 2015
Jul 01, 2015

Dear Lisa,

The inspiration on this platform speak volumes of ideas and thoughts. It tells us how people moved from thoughts to action. People describe how they pushed the 'babe' out even in the most unfriendly situation.

These stories inspire others to action, the thoughts here ignite the birth of new and dynamic 'babes'. When we get so overwhelmed, we must learn to BRATHE, just like we shared at the WP Self-Care Workshop on 1 July, 2015.

Thanks for the comment Lisa,

Best Regards,

Fasoranti.

Terry Shiundu
Jul 01, 2015
Jul 01, 2015

Thank you Fasoranti.

I like this "It wakes us in the middle of the dusk, it slaps us to life at dawn, it beckons in broad day light, it drains our energy, it disturbs our focus, it pushes us yet hold on to ropes around our waist. It presses out smiles on our wrinkles, it spreads colorful aroma into our conversation."

How true. And you never really settle until the 'Baby' is out and the dream is born. What a relief!

Blessings.

Terry

Damilola Fasoranti
Jul 10, 2015
Jul 10, 2015

Absolutely, until the 'baby' is out and the dream touches our real atmosphere, we never settle.

Then, we move into the nourishing, the culturing, the maintaining, the progressing. What a relief indeed!

Thanks for sharing your heart Terry Shiundu.

Hearty Cheers and regards,

Fasoranti.

Malee
Jul 12, 2015
Jul 12, 2015

Fasoranti,

I agree with you! Life is all about cycles and women's pregnancy is a part of that cycle that we need to embrace (similar to what I talked about in my last blog post). We need to embrace pregnancy in whatever form it comes (including the labor pains! : / ). Thank you for sharing this : )

Damilola Fasoranti
Jul 12, 2015
Jul 12, 2015

Yes Malee,

Your last post is top-notch and thought provoking.

We sure need to embrace pregnancy in whatever form it comes (ofcourse, including the labour pains), like you rightly said.

Thanks for reading and commenting.

Do have an amazing week ahead.

Regards,

Fasoranti.

dynamiccreative
Jul 19, 2015
Jul 19, 2015

Great and inspiring! made my day. thank you.

Damilola Fasoranti
Jul 19, 2015
Jul 19, 2015

Dynamic + Creative, waoh! What a superb Screen Name.

Thanks for your comment and for taking out time to read and digest this.

Have a great week ahead. Cheers.

Fasoranti.